Cost of Attendance

More Details on Tuition & Fees

University of Michigan Medical School students rank among the lower third of all medical school graduates with an average debt load upon graduation of $133,110 (medical school debt only, Class of 2019).

Our low average debt reflects the Medical School’s commitment to keep tuition increases to a minimum, as well as our high level of scholarship support.

2019-20 Costs

This is a projection of costs to attend the University of Michigan Medical School for both residents and non-residents.

Qualifying for In-State Tuition

U-M’s Office of the Registrar has developed guidelines for qualifying for in-state tuition.

We recommend that if you’re applying for in-state tuition, you submit your application at least three months before the term in which you plan to enroll at U-M.

 

Sci Trunk

(12 months)

Clin Trunk

(12 months)

Branch 1

(10 months)

Branch 2

(10 months)

Room & Board*

$15,720

$15,720

$13,600

$13,600

Transportation

$4,320

$4,320

$6,100

$5,600

Books/Instruments

$1,150

$350

$1,200

$100

Exam Fees

$0

$2,550

$0

$0

Misc.

$4,200

$4,200

$3,600

$3,600

Tuition & Fees

(est. 5% increase)

$39,706

$39,706

$39,706

$39,706

TOTAL

$65,096

$66,846

$64,206

$62,606

 

Sci Trunk

(12 months)

Clin Trunk

(12 months)

Branch 1

(10 months)

Branch 2

(10 months)

Room & Board*

$15,720

$15,720

$13,600

$13,600

Transportation**

$5,070

$5,070

$6,850

$6,350

Books/Instruments

$1,150

$350

$1,200

$100

Exam Fees

$0

$2,550

$0

$0

Misc.

$4,200

$4,200

$3,600

$3,600

Tuition & Fees

(est. 3.7% increase)

$59,036

$59,036

$59,036

$59,036

TOTAL

$85,176

$86,926

$84,286

$82,686

*Room and board includes rent, food, and utilities.

**Guideline budget includes additional $750 transportation allowance for non-residents.

Mandatory health insurance costs are not included in this budget. Health insurance costs may be funded through outside sources upon request.

1/28/2019

Rev. 3/5/19